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Our Ideas
Our ideas is dark
black and full of mark
admitted;with our raised hand
yet tell us your stand.
C.2017...

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Categories: admitted, africa,
Form: Rhyme



liberty

I
acknowledged
acquired
accepted
admitted

permitted
abeyance
practiced
hiatus

consequence
independence...

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Categories: admitted,
Form: Free verse
Man of Belize
Man of Belize

While speaking to a Man of Belize,
He admitted a penchant for Blue Cheese.
I said no its smelly,
It upsets my belly,
Don’t offer me Blue, if you please.
...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, fun, nonsense, silly, word play,
Form: Limerick
About Trump Foundation
About Trump Foundation

What we found out about Trump Foundation;
Currently, it is under complete investigation;
Crime committed;
Some admitted;
While he will be taking another vacation.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
paralleogrammatic
PARALLEOGRAMATIC

Four sober quadrilateral equations
were quartered around a rectangular occasion.
No less than a quadrifarious derivation,
are ever admitted to the annual rectangular without libation!
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Categories: admitted, on writing and words,
Form: Couplet



Admitted and Committed
Admitted and Committed

Those who fool around and this admitted;
Realized comedy f errors have committed;
Learn how to speak,
Should others seek;
From all efforts to improve you benefitted.

Jim Horn
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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Question
Lord, Why does Satan determine
Who is admitted to this country
Who live in different neighborhoods
Who goes to college
Who is rich or poor
Who our leaders will be
Who will live or die
Why

I am the One who determines...

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Categories: admitted, africa, analogy, chanukah, color, jesus, presidents day,
Form: Free verse
Silent One

Speech cut off, the only way to speak is through the eyes so go ahead and touch with your finger the places where word should be admitted... 06/06/2018
for contest: when 3 lines are so much better...

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Categories: admitted, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Credit for Foreign Language
Merde!
Nous sommes a la plage
Is all I can remember how to say.
Merde!
Was back in the (high-schoolish) day
when French was all the rage.
Merde!
Nous sommes a la plage.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

HA!  And I actually got admitted to college!...

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Categories: admitted, education,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member True Angels
care and compassion ~
shown by doctors and nurses
towards sick children  ~




My eight week old grandson has been admitted to the children's ward at Cardiff hospital and I have nothing but admiration for the doctors and nurses looking after him....

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Categories: admitted, baby, care, grandson,
Form: Haiku
About Trump Admitted
About Trump Admitted

About Trump we have often admitted,
To insane asylum should be committed;
Each sight after sight;
All day through night;
Due to being disturbed and dimwitted.

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet



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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Limerick
I Knew

Youl walked away
With a laugh and a wave
Like nothing had changed.

Complaining about the 
Lack of beer
With the promise of a call.

But, I knew

I knew there would be no call
I knew that our time together
Was over.

You would never have admitted it

But, I knew.



Josette Davis Key          2012...

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Categories: admitted, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Limerick: Once a Mom Tigress spurned her lame-born cub
Limerick: Once a Mom Tigress spurned her lame-born cub

			for Commandant Cousteau’s son

Once a Mom Tigress spurned her lame-born cub 
Wild Life Champ admitted cub to his club
Took cub under his wing
Till she could wildly spring:
Club members now learn to swing the knobbed club.

© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2013
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, animal,
Form: Limerick
Hillary Admitted She Was Committed
Hillary Admitted She Was Committed

Many things Hillary  had admitted;
Whatever she did  was committed;
Complete control;
Reached each goal;
Acted proper and in perfectly fitted.

Jim Horn

Hillary What Happened Book is great
and so Is Dear Madam President that
should have madamasoille added to it.
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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
No Time Left
when exactly was it
you admitted
your life wasn't going to turn out
like you thought it would?

never again could you look at yourself in the mirror
and see yourself
all the adjustment in the world
couldn't banish the fact
that it didn't turn out
and there was
no
time 
left

for
another
go at it....

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Categories: admitted,
Form: I do not know?
I Knew


You walked away
With a laugh and a wave
Like nothing was happening

Complaining about the lack of beer
With the promise of a call.

But, I knew.

I knew there would be no call
I knew that our time together
Was over.

You never would have
Admitted it.

But, I knew.



Josette Davis Key               2014...

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Categories: admitted, angst, boat, boyfriend, break up, farewell, feelings,
Form: Free verse
Truth lies
Truth a word in tegrous clawed
Regal right admitted awed
Under spell of power old
Time has held it to be told
Hiding naught and standing bold

While the wicked ways of man
Indicate that no one can
Lie in true evasion
Let a pure and simple fool

Offer this assertion
Underneath each lie that's told
There lies a seed of truth...

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Categories: admitted, life, on writing and words, philosophy,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member A Two-Faced Son-Of-A-Gun
Even Honest Abe Lincoln admitted himself that he wasn't all that pretty,

   But you'll be hard-pressed to find a president who was more witty!

      During debates, Stephen Douglas called him a two-faced son-of-a-gun.

         Lincoln replied, "If I had another face, do you think I would wear this one?"

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
(c) 2014 All Rights Reserved...

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Categories: admitted, humorous, political,
Form: Clerihew
TEST
I almost failed a test
handed down to me
I admitted I am often a slave
but I want to be free.

Free to be His wife
as I'd promised I'd be;
slaves don't choose their fate
accepting His ring is the key.

Not a key on a keyboard
one that calls to me
even when I sleep,
it robs my memory!

No. One that opens a gate
one that fills my heart with glee
where all my loved ones are
for all eternity.

SKB...

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Categories: admitted, inspirational
Form: Rhyme
"Antics"
Surrounded by bozo's,
Accosted by hobo's,
Why won't they leave me alone?

Doomed by soothsayers,
Embezzaled by mayor's,
I practice ignoring their tone!

Evicted by slumlords,
Admitted to psych wards,
I seek to seclude my old bones!

I'm naturally leery, of those who make weary,
My intellect, while promoting their own!

The sly and rapacious,
Could stay out of my space if,
They'd leave their antics at home!...

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© bill frew  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, introspection
Form: I do not know?
Leave Me
wrote this one in the hospital when I was admitted because of 'aneurysm-false-alarm-
thing'.

Lying on my bed in the heart of the dark,
Listening to the croaking frogs and dogs' bark,
Lulled by the crickets and the mystic rain,
And the rumbling thunder and the flashes of pain.
Down the unknown road I fell asleep,
Knowing and hoping this pain would leave,
But all in vain I waited and wept,
The pain however never left....

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Categories: admitted, depressionpain,
Form: Rhyme
Sexual relations
"I have never had sexual relations with that woman",
he said, and we all believed him because folks that 
high up didn't lie

then things got sticky in congress, so he admitted he
 had transgressed, but that's OK

and I went home one day (I was on a diet) and my 
sweet wife asked, "where's the yellow cake I baked? ",
and I said, " I have never had any cake", to my woman.

and she believed me because husbands didn't lie...

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Categories: admitted, marriage,
Form: Free verse
Giving up
Be honest
this isn't going anywhere
you've tried
I've tried
we've given it everything we've got.

If we had the answer
at our fingertips
I'm sure you would agree
things would be so different.

but no

we just keep going 
round and round
our frustration turns
to bitterness.

Stop now

Let's call it a day
I think that would be best
if we both admitted
that we'll never find the start
on this roll of sticky tape....

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, anger,
Form: Free verse
Racist on election day
Tennesseans probably won't like what I have to say.
The majority of them were racist on election day.
The majority of Tennesseans admitted that they voted the way they did because of race.
If I had voted against Obama because of his skin color, it would be hard for me to face.
It's sad that most of my fellow Tennesseans voted against him because he's black.
Tennesseans need to change because racial harmony is something that they lack....

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Categories: admitted, people
Form: Rhyme
Beyond Love's Limit
How quickly I got drunk on him
He was the salt I licked off the rim 
    of glass after unsatiable glass
Intoxicated on love, over the brim
I drank beyond limit, beyond control
    until inebriation took an ugly toll


Then the drinks became too bitter
    like sparkling champagne loses its glitter
In sober state I admitted my mistake -
    drunkenness is a hard hitter
I taste salt from tears upon my tongue
    because of a song I should've left unsung
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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admitted, moving on, sorrow,
Form: Rhyme